ClearlySo CEO Rod Schwartz argues that all the signs are here to say that 2017 will be year that impact investing fully goes mainstream.
ClearlySo’s CEO Rod Schwartz argues that we should apply ‘payment by results’ to the political world to help hold politicians to account for their promises.
It’s time we brought Private Equity into impact investing discussions, argues ClearlySo’s Head of Impact Services, Lindsay Smart. In this blog, she outlines the many reasons why impact measurement is an increasingly useful tool for investment managers.
ClearlySo’s Head of Impact Services, Lindsay Smart, shares her reflections on the BVCA’s Women in Private Equity and Venture Capital breakfast 17 November 2016.
Tamsin Chislett interviews Gila Norich, a member of ClearlySo’s exciting and groundbreaking Impact Innovation and Research team.
ClearlySo Founder and CEO Rod Schwartz explores the recent popularity of ‘Profit With Purpose’ businesses, and how they relate to the B-Corp movement, and calls for more involvement of mainstream capital to address the current scale of social problems in the UK.
George Soros’ recently pledged to invest $500 million dollars in refugees, but investing in refugees is currently a confusing and little understood market for investors. We explore existing and future impact investing solutions, and chat to Techfugees’ COO Joséphine Goube about what investors should be looking for.
ClearlySo Founder Rod Schwartz explores the boundaries of impact investing and the fact that what is social to one person might be “the root of all evil” to another.